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Nahlovsky has spent his career in the commercial insurance industry has a unique skillset based on holding all of the following positions over the past 25 years: Premium Auditor, Director of Sales & Marketing, Director of IT, Director of Business Compliance, VP Sales and Marketing, CIO, President and CEO.
Nahlovsky has a passion and a vision is for creating efficiencies through automation and leveraging new technologies. Everything Nexus does is about building more efficient workflows and cutting costs for its customers. The experience of working with multiple businesses within the same industry allows Nexus to show its customers the most efficient ways to process large volumes of work.
Nexus customers enjoy working with a development team that understands the latest technology and commercial insurance and this makes for an excellent working relationship. Nahlovsky has built an excellent software development team at Nexus Insurance Solutions and the results show in its solutions.
ALAN PAJARI VP, Sr. Developer
Pajari’s detailed understanding of the technology and the commercial insurance industry comes from many years of hands on development experience. In fact, he has built management systems specifically related to premium audit three times at Nexus Insurance Solutions, Information Providers and ServCom Associates. In the early years of Nexus, Pajari is credited with building almost all of the company’s web based solutions.
Pajari’s role at Nexus is to manage its data feed, database and web development areas. When there is a deadline to meet, Pajari will find a way to get it done. He always does.
RODMAN ADAMS VP, Sr. Developer
After receiving his BA in Computer Science from St. Thomas University in St. Paul, MN in 1993, Rod Adams began his career with Profit Solutions, a startup company in the Contact Relationship Management and Sales Force Automation industry. Adams played a key role in system design and development until the company’s success sale in 2000. He remained in that industry until 2004 when left to development new systems in the long term care insurance industry.
In 2004, Adams joined Nation’s CareLink as lead developer on the complex, new system designed to link the company’s 250 employees and 1,500 remote nurses to a central management system. The experience of developing advanced data synchronization techniques and queue based workflows in this industry helped set the stage for his departure in 2009 to be one of the co-founders of Nexus Insurance Solutions.
Although experienced with many software development tools, Adams is an expert with Microsoft’s Visual Studio tools and related third party controls. His background ties in perfectly with the Nexus suite of products which are.net and asp.net applications written in C# over XML and SQL server data structures.
Adam’s primary role at Nexus is to manage its field solutions and its advanced data synchronization processes. Adam’s is credited with building the NEXUSAudit™ field application for premium audits and the data synchronization process to allow remote auditors to update their inventory to remain in synch with the management system. Adams’ is also credited with development of the Adobe Fillable Form reports and data extraction processes for loss control surveys. He also developed the mobile friendly website you are reading now.
NATE TYMESON CISSP CTO
Nate Tymeson has over fifteen years of experience in designing and building secure enterprise networks including corporate, Internet-facing, mobile, and extranet environments. He held roles with small, medium-sized, and Fortune 500 companies including technical support, network support, network architecture, network security, network manager and consultant. Tymeson’s most significant accomplishments include design of complex wide area interconnect strategies for multinational corporations, perimeter security design and implementations, network and security strategies for manufacturing environments, network quality of service implementations, and mobile network design. His work in information technology spans many industries including agriculture, retail, health care, recreation, insurance, travel, non-profit, and technology. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, (CISSP) and holds other industry-recognized certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, and other vendor-neutral organizations.
Tymeson and Nahlovsky met while working at Long Term Care Group. Nahlovsky quickly learned that Tymeson was the person to turn to when clients wanted to discuss the details of the company’s network and information security issues.
Dental Insurance Payment Solutions!
Time, Tools, and Tracking to handle Insurance efficiently:
Is your dental office:
- Overwhelmed by a mass of confusing insurance filing?
- Backed up on reimbursement because of slow paper systems?
- Not sure how to implement an electronic based payment system?
- Reaping the benefits of Direct Deposit payments?
Who Dental WebSmart can help :
You’re a solo dentist, or other small Dental service based business professional. You’re making good money, you have patients, and you love what you do but you’re cash flow is slow. To be honest you sometimes have trouble paying your bills. You love having a full schedule, but there never seems to be anytime for you to implement and train your front office staff. You’re so busy you feel guilty because it’s taking a toll on those most important in your life. You wanted a business around your lifestyle and instead, you have a lifestyle built around your business and right now…there doesn’t seem to be a light at the end of the tunnel.
You know implementing cash flow systems is critical to building your business, but you struggle with getting the foundation pieces in place. The different rules and regulations , forms to fill out, dealing with insurance companies, how to get your staff trained, hiring the right consultant and the list keeps going. You need to see results and need to fill your pipeline.
To Improve cash flow , your primary focus needs to be on:
- Changing how you do business
- New technology, the cost is small, and the payoff is huge.
- Automate your front office systems from paper based to an electronic based payment system.
- Use technology to attach narratives, x-ray’s, perio charting to all claims for achieving better cash flow.
- Create improved insurance cycle systems for a fast and secure payment turn around cycle.(payment within 2-7 days)
- Create a system for patient real-time eligibility information.
- Getting to know your clearinghouse and their services.
- Staff and Doctor work more efficient and spend more time on patient care.
- Reducing the risk of embezzlement.
It’s all about improving cash flow systems and working less! Moving from overwhelm, we’ll move into overdrive, so you can serve more patient’s than you’re currently serving and make even more money while working less and finally having time off to be with those you love .
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Sunday Insurance Case Study
Sunday Delivers Lower-Cost Premiums Using AWS
Sunday, headquartered in Thailand, is a leading InsurTech company that uses technology to boost the efficiency of traditional insurance services. For instance, Sunday uses machine-learning algorithms to provide customers with a broader range of insurance policies, covering properties and possessions, and highly customized premiums that deliver greater value to customers. The company wants to grow its business organically and through partnerships, and it plans to expand its operations to other countries around Southeast Asia.
InsurTech companies are revolutionizing the insurance industry by applying machine-learning algorithms to determine financial risk, and using that information to offer highly personalized policies at lower premiums. InsurTech companies—which are often startups—run their machine-learning algorithms on cloud-computing infrastructures to avoid the capital costs of on-premises data centers and to get their businesses off the ground quicker.
Cindy Kua, chief executive officer of Sunday, explains, “Cloud computing makes business sense to us for several reasons. It supports our goal to be asset-light and to avoid the costs of a data center, so that we can focus on developing our technology and delivering greater value to our customers. Also, when we expand into new markets, we want to do it quickly without having to find new IT facilities.”
Sunday began looking for a cloud service to run the machine-learning software behind its premium-calculating engine. Says Kua, “The cloud infrastructure had to be highly scalable, reliable, and fast. Insurance quotes need to be calculated in milliseconds, and at any one time the infrastructure could be calculating the premium for one policy or for millions.”
Why Amazon Web Services
When Sunday assessed the services of public cloud providers, the company saw that Amazon Web Services (AWS) was more flexible about the machine-learning software that it could use. “Other cloud providers tried to lock us into their preferred machine-learning solution,” says Kua. “However, AWS gave us the freedom to choose whatever solution we wanted—in this case, H2O.ai.”
Sunday ran a trial of the AWS Cloud. “Working with the AWS Cloud was very easy,” says Kua. “There were lots of software development kits available for us to automate our deployment.” The company worked with AWS Partner Network (APN) Premier Consulting Partner Cloud Kinetics, which helped Sunday design its first AWS infrastructure. “We had our production environment up and running on the AWS Cloud in just two months. Since then, we’ve been developing our AWS infrastructure in-house,” says Kua.
Sunday’s machine-leaning software for calculating premiums runs across several clusters of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. When a request for a quote comes in from the website, the machine-learning algorithms process millions of records of historical data stored in the Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS). AWS Lambda executes the code triggering the machine-learning algorithms and delivers the finished quote to the customer.
All the while, Elastic Load Balancing is distributing incoming request traffic, and Amazon CloudFront is maximizing speeds across the AWS Cloud. The company also uses Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) to update its applications. “We run a DevOps program where we build and test new software each night, and Amazon ECS then automates the deployment,” says Kua. “It makes development very efficient.”
Sunday is pioneering InsurTech in Thailand, enabling customers to obtain insurance policies that reflect the underlying risks more accurately. This often results in 10 to 20 percent lower premiums than with traditional insurers for lower-risk groups, such as married couples or experienced motorists. Kua comments, “By using AWS, Sunday is modernizing the insurance market in Thailand—bringing the power of InsurTech to bear on insurance so that customers get better deals.” In addition to better deals, Sunday offers a wider range of insurance policies than traditional insurers in Thailand. That’s because with the machine-learning capabilities of its AWS infrastructure—which maintains 99.999 percent uptime—the company can precisely measure the financial risk of a broader range of events. “We can create new types of products such as our Weekend Car Insurance policy, where you don’t pay for the days when you’re not driving,” says Kua.
Since launching in August 2017, Sunday’s revenue has been increasing by 30 percent month-on-month as the company attracts more customers thanks to the performance of its machine-learning software running on AWS. In addition, Sunday has expanded its business during the same period. “Thanks to the scalability of our AWS infrastructure, we can increase our compute resources to meet our expansion,” says Kua. “For example, AWS Lambda processes thousands of variables, which generates billions of calculations per customer quote. And as the number of quote requests rises, AWS Lambda simply scales to meet that demand. Furthermore, the low network latency of the AWS Cloud ensures that requests are processed in milliseconds.”
Looking ahead, Sunday expects to easily scale its operations to other countries in Southeast Asia. Not having an on-premises data center means it doesn’t have to find IT facilities in every new country – avoiding the management and maintenance costs associated with it. “We can scale our IT operations in no time with AWS,” says Kua. “It highlights one advantage of being asset-light.”